US Pat. No. 9,067,257

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR BENDING WIRE

Wire and Cable Specialtie...

1. An apparatus for bending wire comprising:
a first forming part and a second forming part pivotably connected to the first forming part and a joint, each of the first
and second forming part having a respective proximal end and a respected distal end positions on opposing sides of the joint;

the first forming part having a receiving section at the distal end thereof, the receiving section having a bottom surface
and a pair of opposing sidewalls extending from the bottom surface in a direction toward the second forming part, the receiving
section having a generally plus-sign configuration between the sidewalls, the plus-sign configuration having four arms extending
outwardly from a central portion;

the second forming part having a projecting section at the distal end thereof, the projecting section having a projection
extending toward the first forming part, the projecting section having a generally T-shaped configuration having a longitudinally
extending base, and a laterally extending cross piece, the projection positioned to be received in the receiving section,
such that the base extends into one of the four arms and the cross piece extends into adjacent arms of the one of the four
arms,

wherein the receiving section and the projecting section are sized to bend wire into a pair of substantially right angles
when the wire is positioned between the receiving section and the projecting section and when the second forming part is pivoted
such that the projection is received between the pair of opposing sidewalls.

US Pat. No. 10,363,596

THREE-DIMENSIONAL WIRE BENDING JIG

Wire and Cable Specialtie...

1. A kit comprising:a three-dimensional wire bending jig comprising:
a tubular body having an outer surface and an inner surface, the body having a plurality of through-openings formed therein, wherein the plurality of through-openings form a repeating pattern around the body;
a pin releasably inserted into one of the plurality of through-openings, the pin having a head portion engaging the inner surface and a body portion, thinner than the head portion, wherein the body portion extends through the one of the plurality of through-openings and inwardly from the inner surface; and
a sleeve extending over the body portion extending inwardly from the inner surface.